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In today’s modern world, less people are watching cable television, and more are watching their favorite TV shows and movies via Netflix, or other similar streaming services. Some of the Internet’s most popular streaming services are Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime video, regular Youtube and Youtube Red TV, range in price from about $10 up to $40 a month. One of the most popular of these, is Youtube, a free service where viewers can watch videos uploaded by individual content creators. 

All these services differ in content, with some shows being exclusive to a single service, such as Fuller House and Pee-wee’s Big Holiday which are exclusive to Netflix, as well as some Hulu- Exclusives being, March of the Penguins 2: The Next Step and Doozers. Amazon Prime offers titles such as Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny and Lost in Oz. One of Youtube Red TV’s exclusives is Logan Paul’s movie The Thinning. 

In Mrs. Neal’s sixth grade class, twenty of the students have or use Netflix, and eight of the students have or use Hulu.  

Henry Gausepohl from Mrs. Neal’s class says he uses Hulu because, “It has South Park”. 

Nolan Sullivan from the same class, who uses Netflix, says he uses it “to watch shows.” When asked what he doesn’t like about Netflix, is that “it doesn’t have South Park”. Around the world, Netflix has the most users, with over 100 million subscribers. Amazon Prime Video is a close second with a little less than 99 million subscribers. 

Overall, there are many streaming services to choose from, and they all offer very different shows and movies to watch. Netflix is overall the most popular.  

 

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